Question about Car Audio & Video
The stereo was diconnected and when we reconnected it, it asked for the pass code. But the thing is that we dont have it anymore. Is there any way that it can be reset to choose another pass code? Because when it was first purchased there was the option of making our own pass code.
Will depend on if the unit was originally out of your vehicle,,if not and you know what the unit came out of then you will need that cars details,,make,model,registration plate,colour,,,and give the car dealer/maker of that vehicle a call and they should be able to give you all the info,,hope that helps,,goodluck.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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